SOLD! Lyle single-coil electric made in Japan in the 60s. Strat-style body. Cool trem-system bridge. Maple neck with rosewood fretboard. 3-way pick selector. Master volume and tone controls. $275.
Sweet early 2000s Gibson Les Paul Special with original P100s. Replaced gold 18-1 Gotoh tuning machines. 3 way pickups selector with volume and tones controls for the bridge and neck positions. Comes with hardcase. Sounds huge! $750.
Gibson Les Paul Studio – Raw Power edition. Regular Les Paul Studio features with a Maple fretboard. Nice low action. Killer deal. $599.
Early 80s Takemine GX-100 with OHSC. This is a rare solid body electric from Takamine built at the Jackson’s Japanese factory of the time. Maple neck through construction with a mahogany body. Super pointy! Super rare!
2002 Epiphone Les Paul Custom built in Korea. Nice playing guitar for the price. The three pick-ups each have their own volume control, an over-all tone control and 3-way selector. In the center position you can use the volumes to blend the pick-up to create loads of different tones. Fun guitar.
The Hagstrom HL550 is a beautiful import jazz box with cutaway. The single HL50 pick-up on the neck gives a nice warm and mellow sound, perfect for jazz chords. Volume and tones controls installed on the pick-guard. Nice gold hardware and block inlays creates a stunning, classic look.
This super clean 2015 Squier Jaguar sports the classic look, 24″ scale, floating tremolo system and dual-circuit switching with a few modern changes. Duncan Designed single coil pick-ups provide a nice bright Fender sound. Rosewood fretboard with a 9.5 radius and medium jumbo frets. Plays great.
2007 Gibson Melody Maker with distressed look; made in the USA. One single coil pick by the bridge give you a cool vintage sound without frills. Neck through construction with a mahogany slab body and cut-away make this a very comfortable electric. Tone and volume controls. Rosewood fretboard. Great looks!
79 Gibson ‘The SG’ was made for four years from 79-83. Solid Walnut body, ebony fretboard, dot inlays, and model name on the truss rod cover. Aftermarket Grover tuning machines and a Seymour Duncan in the bridge position have been added along the way. Original T-top in the neck position. Pick guard is missing. Comes
70-72 Fender Bronco. Here’s an amazing playing vintage Fender electric that won’t break the bank. This thing plays and feels great. The body is very clean shape for it’s age. The finish on the headstock has been altered but seems to be original. Non-original electronics. Nice!